Deploying Docker to Production with Docker Swarm and AWS EC2

A presentation from Amazon's re:Invent conference on using Docker Compose and Swarm to run and deploy multi-container applications.

 Nov. 03, 15 · DevOps Zone

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Here's a great video from Amazon re:Invent on running Docker in production.

From the session description: 

In this session, we will learn how to define and run multi-container applications with Docker Compose. Then, we will show how to deploy and scale them seamlessly to a cluster with Docker Swarm; and how Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) eliminates the need to install, operate, and scale your own cluster management infrastructure. We will also walk through some best practice patterns used by customers for running their microservices platforms or batch jobs. Sample code and Compose templates will be provided on GitHub afterwards.
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Comments

  • Docker Swarm is more and more mature to be deployed on Azure, AWS, and even other cloud infrastructure. Its container-based feature is especially suitable for IoT gateway applications. WISE-PaaS takes a deep dive into the this field and have lots of industry-academy cooperation for this topic. In the near future, we expect to have feasible and practical solutions for some IoT applications. 
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